While NW WI was still drying out from catastrophic, fatal flooding and wells near big feedlots remain contaminated under her pollution-enabling DNR agency's Scott Walker-directed "chamber of commerce mentality" - - the one, the only Cathy Stepp had time for a partisan appearance:
While Pence was the Republican headliner of the night, several other Wisconsin leaders took to the stage, including DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp. She made a special plea to women in the audience on the eve of Clinton becoming the first woman to accept the nomination of a major party to become the next president of the United States. Stepp told women in the audience to stand strong in their beliefs.
“Ladies, I just want to make one more appeal to you. We want to be able to demonstrate that we are equal partners in this election process. That what we care about in our households matters in this election. That this is the time more than ever to really standup and speak for our families that we can show that as women that we care about all the same things that men care about. That we are equal partners in moving this country forward,” Stepp says.